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'Tighter' McLaren has F1 intrigued

'Tighter' McLaren has F1 intrigued

The stuttering start of McLaren and Honda's first public Formula 1 test last year has not stopped Thursday's 2015 car launch being the winter's most anticipated

1000bhp: The latest cure-all F1 imposter

1000bhp: The latest cure-all F1 imposter

Increasing F1 engine power is all well and good, argues EDD STRAW, but it's another example of the easy-answer mentality that ruins most public debate on the direction of grand prix racing

The future is bleak for classic GP tracks

The future is bleak for classic GP tracks

Formula 1's European presence has steadily shrunk in recent years, and it's only going to get smaller, reckons DIETER RENCKEN - who expects more iconic tracks and GPs to vanish

Renault reveals 'fundamental' changes

Renault reveals 'fundamental' changes

Renault has completed a "fundamental" overhaul of its Formula 1 engine for the 2015 season in a bid to help Red Bull close the gap to Mercedes

Breaking News

Barnhart back as Indy race director

Brian Barnhart has been installed for a second tenure as IndyCar race director, and will lead the series' three-steward race control system for the 2015 season

Wayne Taylor drops 2015 Le Mans plan

Tudor United SportsCar Championship frontrunner Wayne Taylor Racing will not take up its guaranteed entry for the Le Mans 24 Hours in June

'Tighter' McLaren has F1 intrigued

The stuttering start of McLaren and Honda's first public Formula 1 test last year has not stopped Thursday's 2015 car launch being the winter's most anticipated

Briscoe set for Corvette Le Mans seat

Corvette Racing endurance driver Ryan Briscoe will contest the Le Mans 24 Hours with the team this season

Toyota poised to announce WRC return

Toyota's future in the World Rally Championship will be decided on Friday, when the Japanese manufacturer announces its motorsport programme for the coming season

F1 News

'Tighter' McLaren has F1 intrigued

The stuttering start of McLaren and Honda's first public Formula 1 test last year has not stopped Thursday's 2015 car launch being the winter's most anticipated

Ricciardo: Drivers would relish 1000bhp

Daniel Ricciardo has no doubts Formula 1 drivers would back a move to 1000 horsepower engines in 2017, and thinks it will help the top stars better show their talent

Force India to skip Jerez test

Force India has now decided to skip entirely the first pre-season Formula 1 test at Jerez

Lynn gets Williams development role

GP3 champion Alex Lynn has joined the Williams Formula 1 team as a development driver for 2015

MotoGP News

Yamaha unveils 2015 MotoGP bike

Yamaha has unveiled its 2015 MotoGP YZR-M1 and a revised livery for Valentino Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo's machines

Injured Hernandez to miss first test

Pramac Ducati rider Yonny Hernandez will miss the first MotoGP test of 2015 after dislocating his shoulder in a training incident

Circuit of Wales build delayed again

The construction of the planned £300m Circuit of Wales facility has been delayed again after a public inquiry was called to discuss the proposed British MotoGP venue

Stoner extends Honda MotoGP test deal

Two-time world champion Casey Stoner will be retained by Honda to continue working on the development of its MotoGP bikes

Rallying News

Toyota poised to announce WRC return

Toyota's future in the World Rally Championship will be decided on Friday, when the Japanese manufacturer announces its motorsport programme for the coming season

Loeb and Ogier praise Kubica's pace

World Rally champions Sebastien Ogier and Sebastien Loeb have praised Robert Kubica's speed on last week's Monte Carlo Rally

Ogier secures Monte Carlo victory

Sebastien Ogier cruised to a second consecutive Monte Carlo Rally victory as Volkswagen locked out the podium at the opening round of the 2015 World Rally Championship

Ogier leads, Loeb and Meeke quickest

Sebastien Ogier will take a lead of 43 seconds into the final day of the Monte Carlo Rally after the Citroens of Sebastien Loeb and Kris Meeke were quickest on Saturday afternoon

WEC News

Wayne Taylor drops 2015 Le Mans plan

Tudor United SportsCar Championship frontrunner Wayne Taylor Racing will not take up its guaranteed entry for the Le Mans 24 Hours in June

Briscoe set for Corvette Le Mans seat

Corvette Racing endurance driver Ryan Briscoe will contest the Le Mans 24 Hours with the team this season

Shank targets Le Mans entry in 2016

Michael Shank Racing, the pole-winning team for last weekend's Daytona 24 Hours, has revealed ambitions to take its Ligier LMP2 coupe to the Le Mans 24 Hours next year

ByKolles plans to enter revised LMP1

The renamed ByKolles team, which formerly ran under the Lotus LMP banner, has revealed plans to field a revised version of its LMP1 contender in this year's World Endurance Championship

WTCC News

Motegi replaces Suzuka as WTCC host

Motegi has replaced Formula 1 venue Suzuka as the host of the Japanese round of the World Touring Car Championship, the series has announced

Craft-Bamboo back to WTCC for 2015

Craft-Bamboo will rejoin the World Touring Car Championship for 2015, having signed former McLaren GT racer Gregoire Demoustier to drive an RML-built Chevrolet Cruze TC1

Borkovic switches to Proteam Honda

Dusan Borkovic will switch to Proteam Racing's Honda Civic WTCC for the 2015 World Touring Car Championship

Lopez stunned by 2014 success

World Touring Car champion Jose Maria Lopez says he was taken aback by his dominance of the 2014 season

IndyCar News

Barnhart back as Indy race director

Brian Barnhart has been installed for a second tenure as IndyCar race director, and will lead the series' three-steward race control system for the 2015 season

Chilton can restore reputation - Carlin

Trevor Carlin believes that former Marussia Formula 1 driver Max Chilton can rebuild his confidence and restore his reputation if his return to Carlin evolves into an IndyCar race programme

Chilton plans IndyCar with Carlin

Former Marussia Formula 1 driver Max Chilton will link up with Carlin in a joint development programme this year as both parties set their sights on a 2016 IndyCar programme

Honda encouraged by aero kit signs

Honda is confident that the 2015 IndyCar aero kit that it submitted for homologation earlier this week will prove to be competitive when it goes up against the Chevrolet teams

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